Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistD Schellack Platinum Member CollectionDrawings
Description In the wild, racquet-tailed rollers occur singly or in pairs unless migrating, at which time they form loose flocks. They are usually observed perched on some vantage point, such as a telegraph pole, dead branch, or termite hill.
D Schellack, Northern California Member Since January 2009 Artist Statement A Five Time Imagekind Featured Artist -
Art is nothing less than a true gift. It has
given me great happiness. I have always
had a love for drawing. I guess you
could say my first commission was in the
third grade. I was asked to draw an
Indian Mural for the back of the
classroom. Everyone loved the mural.
What a feeling!
Art affects the way I see things, and the
way I feel about the things around me.
The pride that comes from knowing you
have made something that others can
admire. Just hearing someone say they
like your work is reward enough.
My training mainly has come from
reading anything, and everything
pertaining to art. I had four years of art
classes in high school.
I switched thoughts from art to mask design after
high school. I worked as a Sr. VLSI
Mask Design Engineer for a large
corportation for many years.
I enjoy doing all types of art, and have
recently added stained glass to the list.
I am always open for comments.
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